There have been some good observations by other real estate professionals in this forum so far.
By your questions, it seems that your home may already be rented out and occupied or that you have rented it out in the past. If you have been renting it and you are in a position to be patient and hold tight for awhile, not in a dire need to pull any equity out of the home or you are not strapped with a payment that you cannot bear, you may be better served to wait it out.
As Mr. Reeves has stated, "everyone's situation is different" and without intimate knowledge of your situation, it is impossible for a RealtorÂ® or anyone to give you the proper guidance to make a decision.
The market is slowly improving, but pricing is still low compared with recent years. Right now it's a great time to buy, which unfortunately doesn't usually bode well for sellers. However, you may have a strategy to buy another home after the sale, and that may be a great opportunity to get into the perfect property at a fantastic price and interest rate.
I recommend that you consult with your tax and financial consultant about the differences in tax burden for an owner occupied primary residence and a rental home. They are significant. Ballpark-2 1/2 times the cost. This is usually a good reason to sell for many homeowners.
My best to you in your decision making!
Every time I look with Buyers in Rock HIll, especially newer homes located North & East Rock Hill, it is tough to find "bargains". If you want a "probable marketing price" for your specific property, we can take a closer look.